• Ahn Sanghoon Artist

    Ahn Sanghoon majored in oil painting at Chung-Ang University, graduated from Kustakademie Münster in Germany, and acquired a Meisterschüler from Professor Cornelius Völker. He participated in various group shows including exhibitions at Tempelhof Museum in 2015, Kunsthalle Muenster in 2014, and Kunstverein Virtuell-Visuell in Germany. He was also selected for a 2015 residency in Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, and for a project fund. He held solo shows at Incheon Art Platform’s Warehouse Gallery and at Salon ARTERTAIN in 2017, at Art Space Loo in 2016 in Seoul, and at Kreis Museum in Germany. In 2017, he began the Incheon Art Platform residency.

  • Yang Junguk Artist

    After graduating from Kyungwon University with a B.F.A. in sculpture, Yang Junguk has presented installations that illuminate the stories of our neighbors at his first solo exhibition The Shop Where We Said Mere “Hello” and other shows including Mr. A—the Blind, Retired Masseur—Now Sells Electric Massagers and A Man Without Words. Yang participated in residencies at MMCA Goyang and Gyeongggi Creation Center, and in 2017, Domaine de Kerguehennec in France.

  • Yuri An Artist

    Yuri An studied VAV (Audio Visual) at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Since 2015, An has shown her works at several group and special exhibitions. In 2015, the artist held her first solo exhibition The Unharvested Sea at Art Space Pool. The artist is scheduled to hold additional shows at different venues including Seoul Art Space Seogyo.

  • Ahn Jisan Artist

    After graduating from Korea National University of Arts with a BFA in fine arts, Ahn Jisan finished a graduate program in painting at Frank Mohr Institute in the Netherlands in 2011. Based mainly in the Netherlands, the artist has held two solo exhibitions and participated in several group exhibitions held in the Netherlands, Korea, and Germany. Ahn also received residency from Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. He returned to Korea in 2015, and he has actively showed his works since then.

  • An Minjeong Artist

    An Minjeong graduated from Seoul National University of Science and Technology (formerly Seoul National University of Technology) with a B.F.A. in fine art in 2005 and a M.F.A. in the same major in 2008. From 2014 to 2015, An participated in a residency at Cheongju Art Studio as well as a number of group exhibitions. The artist has also held solo shows including SCIENCE SHOW THE BODY at the War Memorial of Korea in 2013, Engineering of Memories at Cheongju Art Studio in 2014, and Private Pictograph at Opsis Art Gallery in 2015.

  • Ahn Sungseok Artist

    Born in 1985 in Suwon, Ahn Sungseok studied photography and visual media at Sangmyung University. After graduation, he has showed various works that recombine images based on his photo shoots. Ahn received much attention from the art world as he was awarded ​the​ SeMA -​Selected eMerging Artist​in 2009 for Historic Present, a series of works that highlighted the past and present of historic architecture, and was named a Selected Emerging Artist by the Monthly Photo Art in 2010. Recently the artist has explored the borders between the virtual world and reality through computer programming. Infinity and Beyond (Brain Factory, 2012) and Open Path (Work On Work Office, 2013) are among several solo exhibitions and a number of group shows he has presented.

  • Andre Maeno Artist

    Andre Maeno, the multimedia installation artist, explores and gives body in current time and space to abstract themes, often impossible to identify or approach, through his installation projects using a variety of media such as light and sound. Since 2011, the artist has held several group exhibitions and two solo exhibitions. It was also that same year, 2011, when he started working on his ongoing art installation series, that he first used the pseudonym Andre Maeno. Maeno was selected as a media installation artist by New Stream 2014, a contest for up-and-coming new media artists in Korea discovered and supported by AliceOn, a culture and arts media channel, and he is currently an artist in residence at Incheon Art Platform. 

  • Ahn Jun Artist

    Ahn Jun studied art history at the University of Southern California (USC), then majored in photography for her graduate studies at the Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design in New York. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Korea and abroad since her first showing in 2008 at the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations, and she has held four solo exhibitions so far. She was selected as one of the photographers in the Belt Competition 2012, and in 2013 she became the only Korean to be selected as one of the 20 remarkable photographers in the UK's prestigious photography magazine British Journal of Photography. In addition, her photographs garnered much attention from various media around the world including the Guardian in the UK, Foreign Policy in the US, Spiegel in Germany, and Libration in France.

  • Atta Kim Artist

    Kim was invited for a special exhibition by the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009. He has also held solo exhibitions at the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and at Rodin Gallery in 2008, as well as at the International Center of Photography (ICP), New York, in June 2006. He represented Korea at the 25th Bienal de São Paulo in 2002. In addition, he is the author of 12 books, including The Museum Project (Aperture Foundation, 2005), ON-AIR (Steidl/ICP, 2006), Monograph Atta Kim (Hatje Cantz, 2009), and other books published by major Korean publishing companies such as Wisdom House and Hakgojae. His work forms part of collections at many notable museums in Korea and around the world. After running his Museum Project and On-AIR Project, Atta Kim has since run The Project - Drawing of Nature. While carrying out this latest project, he learned that one needs to prepare a great deal in order to attain meaningful results. As he puts it, “I believe that art can heal mankind’s wounds.” 

  • Alessio Cavallaro Curator

    Alessio Cavallaro was born in Italy, lives and works in Sydney, Australia, as an independent artistic director, curator and producer of innovative media arts. Most recently, as Director of ReelDance, he curated Dance on Screen 2012. From 2000?2010, Alessio was Senior Curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, where he produced and curated more than 20 major exhibitions, most notably Transfigure (2003), SenseSurround (2004), Contemporary Commonwealth (2006), Len Lye (co-curated with Tyler Cann, 2009), and Bill Viola’s The Raft and The Tristan Project (2010), presented in association with Kaldor Public Art Projects. He curated the first group exhibition of Australian media art at Ars Electronica, Linz (2004), a screening program for the Australian Pavilion at World Expo 2010 Shanghai, and several sound art exhibitions, including MERIDIAN, Kobe, Japan (1993). A co-producer/curator of the influential event ISEA 1992 Sydney, Alessio is a member of the Curatorial Committee for ISEA 2013 Sydney, and is developing various projects across the fields of visual and performing arts, science and technology. 

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